SPA 382 / HUM 384 / ART 382

Museums, Archives, and Audiences in Modern SpainCourse Cancelled

Rafael SM Paniagua

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This course focuses on the Spanish museographies: royal collections of objects, books and art, democratic institutions and archives, popular experiences on displaying culture agencies, critic museography and new narratives in contemporary exhibitions. Using different sources (essays, literature, catalogues, artworks, photography, films, audiovisual resources) this class will consider the museum as a relevant cultural device that shapes the social imaginaries and perceptions, in relation with gender, nation-building, the popular, nature, historical memory and democracy.

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